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We are proud to present our 0914 hemoglobin molecules medical images for powerpoint. This image has been designed with graphic of haemoglobin molecule. By using this image explain the importance of haemoglobin inside the blood. This image also contains the red blood cell structure. Use this image for blood cell or haemoglobin related topics for your medical presentations.

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This image illustrates the biological process involving hemoglobin molecules within red blood cells and how they transport oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. The text elements are "Hemoglobin Molecules," "Oxygen from pulmonary alveolus," "Red blood cell," "Oxygen released to cells," and "Hemoglobin molecules (one hemoglobin molecule can bind up to four oxygen molecules)." These text elements explain the key functions of hemoglobin, which is to bind oxygen in the lungs—specifically in the pulmonary alveoli—and to release it to cells throughout the body.

In the visualization, oxygen molecules are depicted as blue circles being carried by red blood cells (circular red shapes with yellow and blue dots). Yellow dots represent hemoglobin molecules without bound oxygen, while hemoglobin with bound oxygen is indicated by blue dots. The diagram demonstrates the binding of oxygen to hemoglobin in the lungs and the subsequent release of oxygen to the body's cells.

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Here are seven industries where this slide could be applied along with potential uses, presenters, and audiences:

1. Biomedical Education:

Use: Teaching the physiology of oxygen transport in the bloodstream

Presenter: Educator or Professor

Audience: Students or trainees in the medical or biological sciences

2. Healthcare:

Use: Training healthcare professionals about oxygenation and hemoglobin dynamics

Presenter: Medical Trainer or Clinical Educator

Audience: Healthcare professionals or medical staff

3. Pharmaceuticals:

Use: Explaining the action of drugs affecting hemoglobin and red blood cells

Presenter: Pharmaceutical Representative or Research Scientist

Audience: Pharmacists, clinicians, or research partners

4. Biotechnology:

Use: Presenting innovative therapies or technologies related to blood oxygenation

Presenter: Biotech Researcher or Product Developer

Audience: Investors, scientific collaborators, or regulatory bodies

5. Medical Equipment Manufacturing:

Use: Illustrating how medical devices such as pulse oximeters interact with hemoglobin

Presenter: Sales Engineer or Product Specialist

Audience: Healthcare providers, hospital buyers, or medical device distributors

6. Publishing:

Use: As a visual aid in textbooks or educational materials on human physiology

Presenter: Author or Editor

Audience: Readers, educators, or students

7. Science Communication:

Use: Informing the public or press about new findings in blood research

Presenter: Science Communicator or Press Officer

Audience: The general public or members of the press

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